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Hackney & Leyton League: Adam & Eve shock Three Compasses in the cup

PUBLISHED: 10:58 04 February 2010 | UPDATED: 15:33 05 October 2010

Black Meteors (red) vs Wounded Knee - Hackney & Leyton League Sunday Football at East Marsh, Hackney Marshes - 31/01/10 - MANDATORY CREDIT: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO - Self billing applies where appropriate - Tel: 0845 094 6026

Black Meteors (red) vs Wounded Knee - Hackney & Leyton League Sunday Football at East Marsh, Hackney Marshes - 31/01/10 - MANDATORY CREDIT: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO - Self billing applies where appropriate - Tel: 0845 094 6026

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In the first round of the Albert Daniels Cup there was a thrilling game between Three Compasses and Adam & Eve, who battled against the odds to claim the win.

In the first round of the Albert Daniels Cup there was a thrilling game between Three Compasses and Adam & Eve, who battled against the odds to claim the win.

In an action-packed cup tie, Premier outfit Compasses seemed to be cruising to victory after they led 4-2 with 10 minutes left.

Adam & Eve had other ideas and scored twice in the last 10 minutes before romping to a 7-4 win after extra-time.

Shaun Morgan smashed four, while John Moore, Dean Bail and Marlon Trottman were on target for Adam & Eve, as Lee Brown bagged a brace, Danny Fitzgerald and Rhez Orantez hit singles for Three Compasses.

Mile End beat Metwin 1-0 thanks to a first half goal from Jason Burwood.

In the third round of the Jack Walpole Cup, Red Devils beat fellow Premier League side MSW in a thrilling 3-2 contest.

A Carlos Nelson strike, an own goal and a Zeek Watson score were enough to see Devils through, while Jamie McDonald and Andrew Brooks replied for MSW.

There was an upset on the cards as Wounded Knee of Division One, led Premier side Black Meteors 2-1 and then 3-2, only for the Meteors to strike back and force the game into extra-time, where the top-flight side took the match 4-3.

Robert Eshun hit a double, while Pascal Adegin and Osmany Amadu also scored for Black Meteors, while John Bray, Jason Reid and Daryl Lynch replied for Knee.

Division Three leaders Hackney Borough were leading Division One side Old George 2-0, before George showed their class and eventually ran out 5-2 winners.

Jamil Mills grabbed a brace as Shane Janvier, Jason Cann-Woode and Scott Pond also scored for George, with doubles from Kieran Harris and Alfi Greenway for Borough.

A Maurice Byfield double, plus strikes from Ade Wale, Abdule Johnson and Ibby Ranks helped Lapton to recover from a goal down to beat Division Three side Wenlock Arms, for whom Jason Orr scored a first-half penalty.

Real Romania smashed fellow top-flight side Irawo Reds 5-0, thanks to a Antoniu Mieroi goal and doubles from Florin Virlan and Ionut Coropceanu.

In the second round of the Jack Morgan Cup AC Islington beat East London 3-1 thanks to goals from Jagex Docherty, John Barfoot and an own goal, while R Austin replied for East London.

Goals from A Rafheal (2), D Vale, P Nweze and Darly Barelay helped Cock Tavern to a 5-2 win over Comet.

Midfield were level at 1-1 after 90 minutes with Hoxton Foxes, with the two teams each finding the net once more in the extra 30 minutes to force penalties. It was Midfield who showed the greater nerve and ran out 5-4 winners.

OKJH moved off the bottom of the Premier Division after a second half goal from Dylan McEvoy earned his side a 1-0 win over Albion Manor.

FC Polit moved to the top of Division One after a remarkable comeback against Vio Romania.

I Hodor, Grab Jon, Palevici and M Muscal had given Vio a 4-0 lead at the break, but doubles from Ryda Knight and Erme Kirkali and a Johnny Tama strike meant it was Poliy who claimed the three points.

A brace from Ashley Green and goals from Adan Knights and James Brockburn helped Athletico Angels beat Lockers 4-2 in Division Two, with Cass Weaver and Ewan Willars replying for Lockers.

Hare & Hounds beat Big Kahuna 6-3, with a brace from Phillip Barley and goals from Jonathan Coyte, Richardo Gaffe, Dwayne Haron and Ashley Hill. Tom Lafferty scored two and Dave Gibbons one for Kahuna.

Lammas and Jay Cubed played out a 1-1 draw with Cole Firford on target for Cubed and Danny Walker replying for Lammas.

Tottenham Phoenix edged out Delta 2-1 with goals from Kiron Smith and Ryan Lehane, while Adam Carpenter replyed for Delta.

In Division Three, AFC Knights beat Maynell 11-2, with C Howard (5), D Wells (4), J Mane and D Martin on target.

Division Four leaders Shoreditch Fire Penguins drew 1-1 with Florist Arms, with Duncan Allen scoring for Penguins and K Reid replyed.

Regents Park Rovers move up to second in the table after beating Ravenscroft 1-0 thanks to a R MacKenzie strike.

Eastway moved off the foot of the table with a 4-1 win over Baris Spor. Jamie Connor struck twice, while Pat Pat Corcoran and Jamie Cos were also on target.

Mark Christodolou smashed five and Jamie Curtis one as Royal Oak beat Bow Young Prince 6-2.


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